Usage Trends

The charts at the User Trends page show the quick overview of your cloud infrastructure. Depending on the date range that you select, the charts will show hourly or daily statistics. For the 24 hours or less time period, the hourly statistics will be presented. Otherwise, the charts will represent daily statistics.

Ensure that See Global Statistic permission is on before viewing usage trends statistics. For more information about permissions refer to the List of all OnApp Permissions section of this guide.

Below you can find how the details on usage trends statistics and its measurement.

On this page:

View Usage Trends


 

To view Usage Trends of your cloud:

  1. Go to your Control Panel > Statistics menu > User Trends.
  2. Click the tab you are interested in (CPU usage, Memory usage, Disk usage, IOPS, Bandwidth, Virtual/baremetal/smart servers).
  3. The chart with the statistics appears.

By default, statistics are generated for the month. To specify another period, set the Start and End time and click the Apply button. Tick the Show in my Timezone box to show statistics according to your profile's time zone settings. You can zoom in a chart to view more detailed graphs.


Usage Trends Statistics Measurement


 

Below you can find what statistics are shown depending on the chosen time period.

 

Chart

Hourly

Daily

CPU

shows the total amount of cores per hour (virtual)

shows the maximum amount of cores per day for the set time period (virtual)

Memory

shows the total amount of RAM per hour for all VSs in the cloud

shows the max amount of RAM per day for the set time period for all VSs in the cloud

Storage

shows the total of all disks’ capacities per hour for all VSs in the cloud

shows the maximum of all disks’ capacities per day for the set time period for all VSs in the cloud

IOPS

shows the total of data read/written for the entire cloud per hour

shows the total of data read/written for each day for the entire cloud for the time period set

IOPS is measured in amount, indicated by metric prefix. For example, 8M=8 millions, 2G=2 billions etc..

Baremetal servers

shows the total amount of baremetal servers per hour

shows the amount of baremetal servers in the cloud for each day for the time period set

Smart Servers

shows the total amount of smart servers in the cloud per hour

shows the amount of smart servers in the cloud for each day for the time period set

VSs

shows the amount of VSs per hour

shows the amount of VSs per day for the time period set

Bandwidth

shows the total bytes sent/received for the entire cloud per hour

shows the total bytes sent/received for each day for the entire cloud for the time period set